Throughout history, people around the world have faced violence and discrimination because of who they love, how they present themselves, or who they are. Sexual orientation and gender identity should never lead to inequality or abuse. These artists work for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender peoples’ rights. Collectively, they seek policies that preserve everyone’s dignity. From queer influencers and YouTubers to authors and journalists, these speakers are working for more than just tolerance.


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  • Meet Brea Baker of Inspire Justice
    Today we’d like to introduce you to Brea Baker.
  • How the Women’s March Organizers Sparked a Movement—and They’re Still Fighting for You
    By early January there were more than two dozen organizers for the national committee: women of all ages, ethnicities, religions, locations, sexualities, and occupations; artists, chefs, community organizers, attorneys.
  • Angelica Ross – 3rd Annual TransTech Summit This Weekend, Nov. 14-15
    The TransTech Summit will focus on helping students and professionals of all ages to learn new skills, build their professional networks, and connect with employers!
  • ‘The Craft: Legacy’: Trans Star Zoey Luna Is Just One of the Witches
    While the recently released continuation, “The Craft: Legacy,” does not lean any further in the Sapphic direction, it does include a trans girl in the coven.
  • For Heather Matarazzo, ‘Equal’ is still a cause worth fighting for
    The HBO Max docuseries, “Equal,” which debuts this week, is designed to shore up our education by profiling various pioneers in a movement for LGBTQ equality that might never have…
  • Kept out of traditional jobs, transgender people see hope in tech world with Angelica Ross
    In 2014, U.S. transgender actor and entrepreneur Angelica Ross founded TransTech Social Enterprises, providing training and co-working spaces for trans people in tech.

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